June 14, 2006
President Bush never set foot in Baghdad. He does not dare because Baghdad and all of Iraq are under the control of the Resistance. He went to the Green Zone to instruct his stooges confined to a four square miles around the Palace of the Republic of Iraq. This Palace, which is the symbol of Iraq and its sovereignty was robbed by the United States and became the residence of Khalilzad, the true ruler of occupied Iraq. Maliki and the other stooges are no more than puppets controlled when instructed and to repeat Bush's words when needed. These puppets live in the Green Zone and do not dare to mix with the Iraqi people.
Mr. Bush keeps using the same cliché: Iraq is liberated by him and his cronies, Saddam Hussein destroyed Iraq and its infrastructure, schools were destroyed and neglected, women were not free, freedom of worship was of no existence and so on. His lies have no end and I am pretty sure they will continue as long as he exists on this earth.
The reality is that George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and George Bush, the father, took parts in the destruction of Iraq; they are responsible and that history will condemn them for destroying the cradle of civilization.
The secular government was replaced by a sectarian, very fanatic and a reactionary one cornered in four square miles protected by more than a quarter million foreign troops. The Iraqi members of the legitimate government that built Iraq and made it flourish are suffering in the occupation concentration camps; they might be executed to satisfy the ego of the neo-cons in Washington D.C., and their allies in the Zionist entity.
The occupation of Iraq was not for democracy, because democracy, security and progress do not exist in the new Iraq. This war was for oil and above all on behalf of "Israel", the Zionist racist settler entity in Palestine.
US intelligence, military sources and Western media confirmed to us recently that Zionist military advisers are helping US Special Forces build assassination squads to murder Iraqis, a fact that we knew long ago.
The Zionist supporters in the Bush Administration were behind pushing the United States to invade Iraq. The "Israelis" helped train US soldiers and Marines for urban warfare, conducting clandestine surveillance missions in the western Iraqi desert and permitting the United States to place combat supplies in occupied Palestine, "Israel".( USA TODAY 11/03/2002.)
Events every day are changing and we cannot keep up with them. The Zionist forces are murdering Palestinian children on the beaches and in the streets of Gaza. The story of Hadil, a female child was devastating to see her family killed by Zionist terrorist bombs while relaxing by the sea with her family. A man with his children was blown up in his Volkswagen while driving in a street in Gaza, his car was hit by a Zionist missile, others were killed by the same savages and many more will be killed and assassinated. Simultaneously, the American occupying forces and their stooges, the sectarian brigades are murdering the innocent civilians in Ishaqi, in Haditha, in Tellafar, in Baghdad, in Karkuk, in Mosul, in Baqouba, in Basrah ……
What happened to the murderers? Absolutely nothing! They came to Palestine and to Iraq to give us a lesson in Democracy, as Bush and his cronies claim. And Mr. Bush claims that Iraq is liberated, progress and security are marching forward. Yet, when he sneaks into Iraq secretly he stays in the fortified Green Zone, cornered in four square miles.
Mr. President, I would like you to read the following paragraph about Education in Iraq before your father started his war of aggression against the Cradle of Civilization.
- The number of kindergartens rose from 71 to 119 between 1979 and 1990 with an annual increase of 67.6 percent.
- The number of nurseries rose from 135 to 646 in the period 1968-1990 with an annual increase of 212.1 percent. The number of children enrolled at the nurseries rose from 14530 to 86508 with an annual increase of 468.3 percent.
- The number of teachers in these kinder garters and nurseries rose from 551 to 4908 with an annual increase of 324.6 percent.
- The number of primary schools rose from 5137 to 8725 in the years 1968-1990 with a rate of increase of 69.8 percent. The number of students rose from 1,017050 to 3,335 699 in the same period with a rate of increase of 123.2 percent.
- The number of teachers in primary Schools rose from 47058 in 1968 to 130115 in 1990.
- In secondary schools, the number of schools rose from 840 to 2700 with a rate of in crease of students enrolled at these schools rose from 285721 to 1,058331 with a rate of increase of 27.4 percent in the period 1968-1990.
- The number of vocational schools rose from 44 to 289 in the same period 1968-1990 with a rate of increase of 556.8 percent. The number of students enrolled at these schools rose from 10600 to 142822 with a rate of increase of 1247.3 percent. The number of teachers at these schools rose from 1002 to 9127 with a rate of increase of 810.8 percent.
- Students enrolled at teacher-training institutes rose from 10861 to 30962 with a rate of increase of 185 percent. The number of teachers rose from 442 to 1782 with a rate of increase of 303 percent in the period 1968-1990.
- The number of universities rose from 5 to 12 in the same period above with a rate of increase of 1.4 percent, where as the number of their students from 31086 in 1968 to 179542 in 1991 with a rate of increase of 477.6 percent. The number of university teaching staff increased from 1879 in 1968 to 10548 in 1990 with a rate of increase of 461.4 percent. In the Kurdistan Autonomous Region, the indicators of progress in this sector were as follows:
- The number of kindergartens rose from 3 to 61 in the period 1971-1990, with a rate of increase of 19 percent. Their students increased from 354 in 1971 to 4297 in 1991 with a rate of increase of 11 percent. The number of teachers in these Kindergartens rose from 24 to 347 with a rate of increase of 13 percent.
- The number of primary schools students rose from 93596 in 1971 to 411265 in 1990 with a rate of increase of 34 percent. The number of their teachers rose from 4615 to 14544 with a rate of increase of 21 percent.
- The secondary schooling showed a great progress. The number of secondary schools rose from 118 to 292 with an increase of 14 percent. The number of their students rose from 17903 in 1971 to 101127 in 1990 with an increase of 46 percent. The number of secondary schools teachers rose in the period 1971-1990 from 820 to 3751 with an increase of 35 percent. Considerable progress was also achieved in vocational education, in the Kurdistan Autonomous Region. The number of vocational schools rose from 6 to 34 in the period 1970-1990 with an increase of 46 percent. The number of this students rose from 974 to 13201 with an increase of 12 percent.
Please Mr. President, do not tell us any more lies because we do not believe you.